History, theory, and practice of writing in public, non-profit, democratic, and humanitarian
spaces. May include the study of rhetoric, writing, and communication as it applies
to: service learning, community engagement, community organizing, grants, fundraising,
charity drives, advocacy, social movements, e-newsletters, social media, public service
announcements, and public relations. Prerequisite: Two ENGL courses.
Communication process, with special emphasis on writing, within the profit/nonprofit
organization. Theories of organization, management styles, and relationship of written
messages to the function of climate of the profit/nonprofit organization. Strategies
of preparing written communication to meet internal and external needs. Prerequisite:
Admission to MPW program or consent of instructor.